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O'Connor excited for Giro d'Italia debut after breakthrough Tour of the Alps

Ben OConnor headed home from the Tour of the Alps with the best young riders white jersey and bucket loads of confidence as he prepares for his Grand Tour debut at the Giro dItalia. The 22-year-old from Western Australia won stage 3 to Merano with an impressive solo attack after the climbs of the day. He then kept his head, finished fifth in Innsbruck and so even moved up to seventh overall, 1:33 down on overall winner Thibaut Pinot (Groupama-FDJ). To get the reward as best young rider is bril...


Lopez, Pozzovivo see Tour of the Alps podium as launch pad for Giro d'Italia

Domenico Pozzovivo (Bahrain-Merida) and Miguel Angel Lopez (Astana) went on the attack with Thibaut Pinot (Groupama-FDJ) on the final climb of the final stage of the Tour of Alps but were unable to put the Frenchman in difficulty and had to settle for second and third place on the final podium. The two both finished 15 seconds back on Pinot but the Italian was officially second due to better stage placings. Like Pinot, both proved they are on track for the Giro dItalia. Lopez won the mountain s...


Pinot: This is one of the greatest victories of my career

Thibaut Pinot called his overall win at the Tour of the Alps the biggest of his entire career. The Groupama-FDJ rider said that it had been a perfect week after he beat Domenico Pozzovivo (Bahrain-Merida) and Miguel Angel Lopez (Astana) to take the title by 15 seconds. Pinot came within seven seconds of winning the race last season only to be beaten by Geraint Thomas. The Frenchman showed his intentions early on with an attack on the opening stage and continued in that vein for the remaining fo...


Alaphilippe: The counter is reset to zero for Liege-Bastogne-Liege

The counter is reset to zero is how Julian Alaphilippe (Quick-Step Floors) describes his feelings about racing on Sunday in Liège-Bastogne-Liège where, he insists, he is one of several favourites. The recent winner of the Flèche Wallonne told a small group of journalists on Friday afternoon that the victory in the Belgian mid-week Classic has done me a lot of good, [it is] one Ive been waiting for a long time, and the joy and motivation from that will stay in my heart. But Liège-Bastogne-Liège ...


Chris Froome: You can't read too much into Tour of the Alps result

Chris Froome (Team Sky) says that it would be futile to make too many predictions off the back of the final results at Tour of the Alps. Thibaut Pinot (FDJ) took out the overall victory with Domenico Pozzovivo (Bahrain-Merida) and Miguel Angel Lopez (Astana) rounding out the podium. Froome just missed out on the rostrum, finishing the race in fourth place 16 seconds behind Pinot and one second off Pozzovivo and Lopez. The Team Sky rider has ridden an aggressive race but looked in trouble when P...


Morton: I've got unfinished business with the Tour of California

Lachlan Morton (Dimension Data) says hes got some unfinished business with the Tour of California. The Australian has centred the first part of his 2018 season around the week-long race as he looks to improve on his seventh-place finish from last year. It will be his fifth appearance at the American stage race, with his result last year far and away his best performance. The previous year saw him crash heavily and abandon after a strong showing on the third stage to Lake Tahoe, which was won by...


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